Lin jong accepts apology from richmond supporter
Sydney FC supporters chant as the New South Wales side is taken to penalties against Adelaide United at the MCG on Sunday night. Picture: Tim Soutphommasane
A new stadium for Sydney FC has been announced, and the home players were offered apologies from fans as th바카라ey arrived to greet the first group to arrive.
Former West Coast midfielder Steve Johnson also made an emotional appearance at the meeting, saying the club’s decision was not to give the fans a chance to say hello, but to provide them with the best atmosphere possible.
The game, played at ANZ Stadium, marked the beginning of the A-League season for the club. The home side has faced Adelaide United a total of five times in all competitions, as well as Melbourne City, Perth Glory, Melbourne City and now, an unfamiliar foe.
Johnson recalled a recent trip to Melbourne where Adelaide United played in the inaugural clash.
“We got on that plane and got a bit too intoxicated and then the driver called me up to come back and see us,” he said.
“He asked me if I was up for going home and the first question was whether we had been playing a bit well as well.
“He made me realise we had a really good side and one of those people who really has made us who we are nojarvees.comw is (Former West Coast midfielder Steven) Johnson, the one who came over from St George when he was playing at West Coast.
“It is just unfortunate that it comes around once a season to do something that doesn’t serve the fan experience so that they are in the right place at the right time of year.”
Johnson was involved in an altercation with Adelaide United’s Tom Rogic last year when the club tried to stop the Melbourne derby from goi바카라사이트ng ahead.
Johnson says Sydney FC will continue to provide the best possible atmosphere during their games in 2017
Johnson, now the captain of Melbourne City, was instrumental in shaping the club’s recent win in the final clash of the season between the two sides.
He said it was disappointing that in the current climate there is such a “great fight” between teams like Adelaide United and City.
“There are players that we’ve lost in the club over the years, players that are no longer with the team now but you have to win the battle against the players you lost,” he said.
“That’s what Sydney FC really tries to do, to support the people with thei